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TCHS Student, Parent, and Alumna Sew Masks for Hospitals and First Responders

Baltimore, Maryland – March 30, 2020 - Catholic High senior, Natalie Barlow ‘20, her mom, Lisa Barlow, and Catholic High alumna, Susan McQuaid Neumeister ’81, are spending their free time sewing masks to donate to hospitals and first responders. They are working with a non-profit organization called Angel Gowns by Baba, Inc. that is sewing masks, in addition to encouraging the public to sew the masks, or to donate supplies or money for the supplies to make the masks. Mrs. Barlow shared, "If folks are interested, they can volunteer their time and help make these much-needed masks. They do not need to know how to sew - there are plenty of other ways to help. Natalie and I have been working on making the masks with a TCHS alumna, Susan McQuaid Neumeister, Class of 1981. It has been a great bonding time and a great way to spend so much at home time!"

View photos of Natalie, Lisa, and Susan working on the masks here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmMhg7nM

Here is a link to the Angel Gowns by Baba, Inc. Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pg/angelgownsbybaba/about/?ref=page_internal

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